Search For Apartments Offering Google Fiber

Sick of  the dreaded spinning wheel appearing on your computer screen when trying to download movies, stream music or video chat?

If you are a renter in Kansas City, Provo, or Austin, you can now search for apartments wired (or soon to be wired) with Google Fiber. Google Fiber is said to be 100 times faster than basic broadband offered in the rest of the U.S., with users reporting the ability to download a full movie in less than two minutes. Want high speed Internet in your apartment?

You can use Google Fiber’s Apartment Finder to search for apartments and sign up for the service. If your apartment complex doesn’t yet offer Google Fiber, there is also a link on the site where you can tell Google you want the service. If there is enough interest in a particular apartment building, Google says it will share the results anonymously with your property manager.

Here’s a peak at some of our favorite apartments in Kansas City currently offering Google Fiber.

Apartments with Google Fiber in Kansas City

Opera House Lofts – 930 Broadway

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Neighborhood: Old Garment District
Size: 1 & 2 bedroom apartments
Price: $1,140+

Park Central – 300 E Armour Boulevard

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Neighborhood: Hanover Place
Size: 1 bedroom apartments
Price: $637 – $1,131

Richards and Conover Lofts – 200 W 5th Street

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Neighborhood: River Market
Size: 1 & 2 bedroom apartments
Price: $1,280 – $1,310+

Not looking to move, but still want to experience the speed of Google Fiber? If you happen to be in Kansas City and in need of a caffeine buzz, you can visit Starbucks at the corner of 41st and Main Street. It’s the first Starbucks location to be connected directly to Google Fiber.

Don’t live in any of these cities but still want faster Internet? It may be on its way. Google has identified nine metropolitan areas as potential Google Fiber cities. They include: Portland, San Jose, Salt Lake City, Phoenix, San Antonio, Nashville, Atlanta, Charlotte and Raleigh-Durham.

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